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On the same page as a video I shared on Redirect Magazine #12, this article talks about taking the microservices architecture into the frontend, so we don’t end up with a fancy microservice backend coupled with a monolithic frontend, kind of defeating the purpose of the architectural decision in the first place.
I’ve made some posts on using Polly to improve .NET applications resilience in the past, so it’s nice that it now as some helpers to be integrated with
HttpClient in ASP.NET Core.
Nice write-up on some things to be aware of when using WebSockets with ASP.NET Core (not using SignalR in this article).
Interesting talk introducing using Nginx with ASP.NET Core. It has some slightly outdated bits, as Kestrel has seen some changes with the release of ASP.NET Core 2.1 (like having replaced libuv by default), but it’s still a valid and interesting talk.